Inclusive Learning 365
Topics: Assessment, Curriculum, Personalized Learning, Tools
Edtech Strategies for Every Day of the Year
By Christopher Bugaj, Karen Janowski, Mike Marotta and Beth Poss
Published: August 2021
Length: 408 pages
Find edtech resources vetted by educators
Think about the last time you picked out a restaurant, a hotel or even a phone. Chances are you went online, ran a search for, say, “best Italian restaurant near me” and began to read and compare reviews.
What you found out helped determine your next steps: go to the…
5 things schools should think about before investing in digital
The Innovator Solutions section includes contributions from corporate sponsors and advertisers representing education organizations, businesses, policy-making bodies and other influencers dedicated to transforming education. This blog post was provided by …
Help students show their learning with these 4 apps
Topics: Assistive and adaptive technologies, Augmented reality, Tools
It’s a familiar hunt for educators – finding that one app that’s the magic bullet for teaching a skill or providing practice. It’s a search that’s futile, and one that should be replaced with a new way of thinking.
Imagine searching instead for tools that allow learners to…
6 ways busy teachers can be more efficient with Google tools
As we juggle multiple roles — educator, parent, volunteer — many of us find ourselves wishing we had more time in each day. Although it’s impossible to add more hours, there are ways to use…
8 reasons to use a digital assistant in your classroom
Artificial intelligence has gone mainstream. It’s already integrated into our everyday lives, with realistic voices responding to questions and requests. For a while now, we have been able to get reminders for appointments, encouragement for fitness routines, and remote control over…
44 Education Twitter Chats Worth Your Time
Topics: professional learning, Standards, Tools
For educators who thrive on connections, Twitter chats may be the perfect form of professional…
Turn passive learners into leaders by letting students teach!
As a teacher of Spanish, I am always looking for innovative ways to encourage student choice and make my students feel valued. I provide experiences that help them use technology to improve their foreign language skills and produce a more authentic and meaningful representation of what they…
Clone yourself using screencasting tools
Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo, Tools
As a teacher, do you ever wish you could clone yourself? Do you fantasize about all the creative interactive lessons you could create if you had more time?
Screencasting, although not a cloning tool, does offer a way to customize and create personalized learning…